Christian pastors face death penalty if convicted in Sudan Last December, two evangelical pastors from the Church of Christ in Sudan were taken from their churches and thrown into jail. Last month, the Rev. Abdulraheem Kodi and the Rev. Kuwa Shamal Abu Zumam were charged with numerous offenses, including waging war against the state, espionage and undermining Sudan’s constitutional system. [ No Comments ]
Christianity in Africa Threaten by Rise of Militant Islam As the world focusses on potential military advances against the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, it risks overlooking another vast region where militant Islam is a growing threat to the Church - in the continent where the Church is growing fastest: Africa. [ 3 Comments ]
Thousands of Christians from cities representing more than 90 countries around the world gathered in New York City Tuesday for the opening of the Movement Day Global Cities conference where they tackled issues under the banner of disrupting cities with the Gospel globally.
Sean Penn and the Clinton Foundation may crow about their disaster relief efforts in Haiti, but away from the limelight, churches on the island nation are quietly working to pick up the pieces in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
A North Korean woman who was forced to work in a prison camp where she started a secret Christian church and won converts for the faith despite immense persecution, has revealed that people living under the regime are taught that Christians kill people and drink their blood.
Politicians in Washington aren't going to care much right now about a movie depicting the short life of a Christian girl, according to film producer Chuck Howard. But that's not going to stop the Nashville resident from trying to motivate lawmakers to take on Google and dismantle what he says has become a biased media monopoly.